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Volume 132, 2017XIII International Scientific-Technical Conference “Dynamic of Technical Systems” (DTS-2017)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Issues of mechanics of heterogeneous and composite materials|
|Published online||31 October 2017|
Definition of the strain-stress distribution of porous glass in the retarded cooling temperature range
SRSPU (NPI), Department of Industrial, Civil Engineering, Geotechnics and Foundation Engineering, 346428 Novocherkassk, Russia
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The estimation of the strain-stress distribution (SSD) of porous glass (foamed slag glass, FSG) is assessed by annealing temperature curves according to the given values of the thermomechanical and thermophysical properties of porous glass, which are in correlation with the properties data of the host glass and its structure. When calculating cooling processes (cooling rate) of porous glass products, the A.N. Dauvalter's formula, which takes into account only the stresses arising from the safe product cooling, but does not take into account those that remained there to the cooling start point, is usually used. The cooling rate in the interval of the annealing zone itself should be sufficiently low so that residual stresses, arising after they pass it, have small values. Since methods, that make it possible to determine the residual stresses that appear in the porous glass after passing through the initial annealing zone, are currently poorly developed, numerical simulation methods should be used to determine the porous glass SSD under the influence of thermal loads. Numerical study of the strain-stress distribution of porous glass allowing for thermal loads in the annealing temperature range was carried out in the Ansys Workbench software package.
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